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EPFL Open Science 17h
You can also watch her full presentation recorded during the ! ;) She talked about black holes, science collaboration and research software:
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EPFL Open Science 17h
Yes! Katie Bouman talked about this specific example at the a month ago
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Martin Vetterli 18h
Prof. Katie Bouman () accepted my invitation to an informal chat during her visit to for the . We talked about computer science and how she ended up contributing to the first image of a black hole. Watch it here:
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CZI Science 18h
Tune in at 8:45am Pacific to hear on supporting the invisible foundations of science at ’s Symposium. Watch the livestream
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cOAlition S Nov 15
We’re hiring! cOAlition S Programme Manager wanted 18 months full-time ( renewable up to3 yrs) & based at ESF offices in Strasbourg. Deadline 2 apply Dec 14 Check full details here:
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Dⓐniel Hürlimann Nov 17
Lesenswerter Beitrag für Universitäten, die einen Universitätsverlag aufbauen wollen: Mapping the Publishing Challenges for an Open Access University Press.
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EPFL Life Sciences Nov 15
Congratulations to all the grantees, and especially to Mackenzie Mathis () who will be joining in the summer of 2020!
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Open Science Nov 15
"Anyone, anywhere in the world should have free, unhindered access to not just my research, but to the research of every great and enquiring mind across the spectrum of human understanding." – Prof. Stephen Hawking to
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Ismael Ràfols Nov 14
EC Expert Group on Open Science indicators: You can’t have universal OS indicators. They need to be contextualised to given environments and knowledge practices. We propose 'Indicator frameworks'
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CZI Science Nov 14
software is essential to science—that’s why we’re supporting 42 open source tools that accelerate biomedical research and serve the larger community. Learn about the grantees
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EPFL Open Science Nov 15
Glad you liked it! You can now watch Katie Bouman's talk in its entirety here: (as well as all other presentations from the )
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EPFL Open Science Nov 14
The just launched a Data Champions program! - A community of people passionate about research data - Join the cohort! Or come to the launch event to meet and more:
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eLife Innovation Nov 13
🚨Two opportunities to supercharge your projects🚨 Join our pre-application webinar Wednesday November 27, 8am PST / 11am EST / 4pm GMT to find out more about eLife Innovation Leaders 2020 and
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Springer Nature Nov 12
In total, the researchers collected and geocoded 7 million inventor and applicant addresses from 19 million patent documents, and assigned them to 46 countries and approximately 50,000 cities.
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Tara Spires-Jones Nov 13
For those fans out there, check out our publicly available dataset from a collaboration. Enjoy. you could get lost in these data showing cooperation between abeta and tau in altering gene expression in an AD model
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NCCR-MARVEL Nov 12
You can jump directly to Giovanni Pizzi discussing the Open Software Services for Classrooms and Research (OSSCAR) project here:
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Egon Willighⓐgen Nov 11
Reproducible Research is more than Publishing Research Artefacts: A Systematic Analysis of Jupyter Notebooks from Research Articles -
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EPFL Open Science Nov 12
Replying to @EPFLOpenScience
She went on saying: "On top of , , and so on, I feel we should also make sure that the spirit of openness makes what we do accessible to a wider range of people and hence attract a wider range of people.”
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EPFL Open Science Nov 12
“As the last speaker today, I thought I would throw more things into openness in science. So… Diversity!" - You can now watch the recording of the wonderful talk given by Ingrid Daubechies at the last month
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EPFL Open Science Nov 11
The EPFL Open Science Champion webpage has been updated - A video describing the 8 projects supported by the is now online! Discover how they take open and reproducible research one step further in their discipline via
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